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May 24th, 2013

SHS Hosts Rodeo This Weekend

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The Sheridan High School Rodeo Team is hosting a rodeo at the county fairgrounds Sunday and Monday starting at 9 in the morning.

Sand Turn Buzzards Fly Dayton Skies

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According to Johann Nield, president of the Sand Turn Buzzard Squadron, a hang glider living in Dayton is equivalent to a skiier living in Vail, Colorado.

May 23rd

NWS: Winds Should Be Decreasing by Friday

Meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Billings, Albert Richmond, says the winds we've seen this week culminating in 40 mile per hour gusts Thursday night should be decreasing as the weekend approaches.

Sheridan Man Pleads Guilty to Charges from May 7 High-Speed Chase

A Sheridan man pleaded guilty on Thursday to reckless driving, fleeing or evading police and related charges stemming from a May 7 incident where he led authorities in a high-speed pursuit from Sheridan into Montana. Sheridan Media's Chris Foy has the story.

Project Graduation Aims at Keeping Graduates Safe

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Project Graduation was started in Sheridan in 1996 as a means to give graduating seniors from Sheridan High School and Fort Mackenzie High School an alternative to the parties and underage drinking that are sometimes the norm following graduation ceremonies.

Memorial Day Events in Sheridan

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There are several ceremonial events that will take place Memorial Day in Sheridan. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the details.

Miss Wyoming Scholarship Pageant Will Take Place in Sheridan Next Month

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The annual Miss Wyoming Scholarship Pageant will take place in Sheridan Saturday, June 22 at the WYO Theater. Volunteers with the Miss Wyoming Scholarship Foundation have been busy preparing for this year's event.

Blacktooth Gets Canned

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Blacktooth Brewing Company co-founder and head brewer, Travis Zeilstra, is taking his business to the next level.

Library Kicks off Summer Reading

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At the end of this week, kids in Sheridan County will be free from the perceived bonds of institutionalized school for a few precious months.

Chi Running Strides to Sheridan

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There's a new running technique that's gaining mention among runners nationwide, and Sheridan athletes will get a crash course Saturday.